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[HanCinema's Fan Event] Ask Jasper Cho!

2016/04/02 | 3458 views | Permalink

Hello HanCinema readers! We are very pleased to inform you that HanCinema will be interviewing Jasper Cho (aka Cho Tae-gwan or 조태관 in Hangul) who plays Dr. Daniel Spencer alongside Song Joong-ki, Song Hye-kyo, Jin Goo, and Kim Ji-won in "Descendants of the Sun". He is an up-and-coming star from R's Company with a hot musical background, a solid set of acting chops, and the perfect face to fit into the glamorous world of Hallyu. We have so many questions for him and we bet that you do, too!

Here's where you come in! Leave us a comment in the comment section below with your name or nickname, your location, and your question for Jasper Cho. Two lucky fans will have Jasper answer their questions.

You'll have until 6pm MST Saturday April 9, 2016 to get your questions in. The winners will be revealed in the interview. We can't wait to see the questions you come up with!

Written by: Raine from 'Raine's Dichotomy'

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